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Lake Latitude Longitude Community Rating (Votes)
Kibbie Lake 38.0530500000000000000 -119.8454200000000000000
5 (3)
Hidden Valley Lake 38.8102460000000000000 -122.5639830000000000000
5 (1)
Jennie Lake 36.6800810000000000000 -118.7656600000000000000
5 (1)
No Fishing Allowed - Bouquet Reservoir - No Fishing Allowed 34.5844520000000000000 -118.3766330000000000000
5 (1)
Coburn Lake 39.5595360000000000000 -120.4532000000000000000
5 (1)
Pacoima Reservoir 34.3351650000000000000 -118.3952420000000000000
5 (1)
Una Lake 34.5495270000000000000 -118.1113530000000000000
5 (1)
Simas Lake 36.9979000000000000000 -121.7396100000000000000
5 (1)
White Rock Lake 39.4192550000000000000 -120.3840130000000000000
5 (1)
Senator Wash 32.9154000000000000000 -114.4727570000000000000
5 (1)
Ewing Reservoir 40.5651150000000000000 -123.1647090000000000000
5 (1)
Gumboot Lake 41.2111020000000000000 -122.5105320000000000000
5 (1)
Chatsworth Reservoir 34.2327530000000000000 -118.6272210000000000000
5 (1)
Sugar Lake 41.2974960000000000000 -122.9408070000000000000
5 (1)
White Pines Lake 38.2686790000000000000 -120.3417500000000000000
5 (1)
Winchester Lake 38.4380680000000000000 -121.5552580000000000000
5 (1)
Lake Juanita 41.8147960000000000000 -122.1251710000000000000
5 (1)
Lake Putt 39.2894710000000000000 -120.6875300000000000000
5 (1)
Copper Basin Reservo 34.2871510000000000000 -114.2295930000000000000
5 (1)
Munz Lake 34.6721610000000000000 -118.4326020000000000000
5 (1)
Cecile Lake 37.6641870000000000000 -119.1669380000000000000
5 (1)
Butt Valley Reservoi 40.1451920000000000000 -121.1664490000000000000
5 (1)
Grass Valley Lake 34.2613400000000000000 -117.2186990000000000000
5 (1)
Encino Reservoir 34.1449860000000000000 -118.5147000000000000000
5 (1)
Bridgeport Lake 38.2946510000000000000 -119.2330850000000000000
5 (1)
June 13th, 2017 - Lake Lindero
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 4 Water Temperature : 62
Fishing can be slow at times but fun place to teach kids to fish
June 8th, 2017 - Ruth Lake
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 1 Water Temperature : 0
June 5th, 2017 - Lee Lake
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 5 Water Temperature : 0
caught a 5 pound bass this weekend on a spinner...
May 11th, 2017 - Lake Hennessey
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 2 Water Temperature : 55
Fished the South bank with PB for Bows. Switched to small Super Duper and landed a "De-Liar"ed 1 1/2lb Black crappie. Soft grab but a nice battle.
May 3rd, 2017 - Lake Mission Viejo
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 1 Water Temperature : 0
100% fish die - off. Scientist from USC are hoping fishing can be restored in 5 to 7 years!
April 24th, 2017 - Hume Lake
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 1 Water Temperature : 55
Lake high and discolored , a lot of debris in lake. Creek flowing into lake bank full. Fished all morning until about 2:00 pm no fish. Used panther Martins and worms no bites. Lake needs stocking at this time. While not catching fish weather. Was beautiful greatly to be out
April 13th, 2017 - Loch Lomond Reservoi
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 0 Water Temperature : 57
Water is murky but they still bite
April 2nd, 2017 - Lake Poway
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 4 Water Temperature : 65
I went fishing on 4/1/17 and the fish were in post spawn. Moms were deep (hard to catch) and the males are up protecting fry (baby bass). Some fish are still on bed but very few.
April 1st, 2017 - Lake Poway
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 5 Water Temperature : 0
4/1/17 since the fish are now in post spawn throw whatever lure you are using at the school of baby bass because the dads are protecting them and will attack your lure. Top water frogs, jerkbaits and bluegill swimbaits were my go too (i caught four)
March 27th, 2017 - Dixon Reservoir
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 3 Water Temperature : 60
Bass are bedding and if you get a boat and wear polarized glasses theyre easy to spot but they arent super active yet. You need to know how to finesse fish. Throw worms and swimbaits and work them slowly infront of a bass or have your friend get the bass focused on their lure and sneak up behind with yours. Odds are of you piss em of you'll catch some.
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